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, it's that he won't cave on his principles. >> paul ryan today put forward his budget and he says he's challenging you to come forward with a budget that also reaches balance. are you going to do that? >> no. my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. it's not balance on the backs of the poor, the elderly, students who need student loans, families who have got disabled kids. >> that's the gop's real problem. don't let them fool you. ginning me now is e.j. dionne. e.j., let me ask you, is the real problem here what i'm saying? what is the real problem, in your opinion? does the gop expect the president to cave in on his principles? >> the real problem is a huge philosophical gulf about the way forward. i was really glad that the president very explicitly said, there's nothing magical about balancing the budget in ten years. if we balance the budget too quickly and especially if we make a lot of cuts early, we're going to potentially wreck this economy. that's number one. number two, if you look at paul ryan's budget, there are incredible cuts in there to t
out there. paul ryan thinks, understandably because it is his plan, thinks it is the best one. >> the goal the republican majority is to get us on a path to balanced budget to put the debt crisis out and borrow time with the bond markets. yes, i believe the president won't pass our budget into law but let's get a down payment and get a good start on the problem. that to me a constructive bipartisan engagement can accomplish. bill: with that as a baseline kelly wright live at the white house this morning a lot of talk about a grand bargain, is that being revived, kelly? >> reporter: seems to be the case right now, bill, but reality while people are hoping for it including house speaker john boehner he is not very optimistic at all that democrats and republicans can achieve a grand bargain on the nation's budget deal. having said that, you will recall that the president did launch a major charm offensive, reaching out to republicans and democrats to find some common ground, in getting america's fiscal house in order. but some republicans remain skeptical about the president's si
. the document itself has all of the content of a paul ryan budget. >> to reveal health care reform? >> exactly, but keep the money. we'll be back right after this, and we'll talk about the rape trial verdict that came down over -- stew benville and the amazing concepts that went with that. we'll talk about it after the break, and it points to the very problem of reporting and prosecuting rape in this country and the public response to it when it's a certain type of defendant, and it's right in line with where women are finding themselves in the electorate. you are listening to the "stephanie miller show," and watching it on current tv. i'm hal sparks filling in with jacki schechner all week long. we'll be back right after this. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> with a distinctly satirical point of view. if you believe in state's rights but still believe in the drug war you must be high. >> only on current tv. ♪ >> hal: welcome back to the "stephani
manifesto, this year's paul ryan's -- >> premium support. >> stephanie: very good. [ applause ] >> stephanie: very concise analysis of what the people want. the president yesterday. >> obama: ultimately it may be that the differents are just too wide. >> between the two sides. >> stephanie: right. because the senate democrats put out a plan patty murray's plan which makes sense, as paul ryan's budget makes no sense whatsoever. so they are -- >> way far apart. >> stephanie: remember that piece i read from "the daily beast" yesterday, the president was like no, i'm not going to do that. literally -- that's the thing it's like go play on paul ryan's home field. he said no. no. my job is to get people back to work and however -- >> and not to deal with this nonsense. >> stephanie: exactly. >> they were talking about entitlement reform, one thing they could do is lift the cap on social security so people making above $115,000 would pay into it. >> stephanie: right. patty murray has stuff in there -- there are wayses for savings that don't involve -- i cannot bel
it be a serious version of cpac, chris christie, bobby jindal, scott walker, even paul ryan with his unserious budget, but at least he's in congress with responsibility and putting himself on the line, even if it is bad ideas, but he's putting himself on the line with ideas that he thinks can help the republican party being a governing party. that's how you do a serious cpac. >> we will be covering that next week. jonathan capehart gets the last word. >>> ryan shrugged. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews. in washington. let me start tonight with this. you know the book "atlas shrugged," it's what happens when the elite of the world, people calling the shots go on job action. decide to walk away from their position, stop being captains of industry and let the country fall all around them. today, paul ryan, a total believer in "atlas shrugged" philosophy did it like in the book. mitt romney's running mate came forward with a plan that gives the biggest tax rate in the world to the richest. paying for it with huge slashes in programs for middle class working people and th
and paul ryan also spoke at the conference but just as striking who wasn't there. new jersey governor chris christie who applauded president obama for his response to hurricane sandy right before the election, was not invited. and yesterday members did not react well to ohio senator rob portman announcing his son is guy and now supports gay marriage. >>> coming up next at 5:00, a first for san francisco, the new cruise ship calling the city home. we'll hear from the passengers taking part in the inaugural trip. >> we'll introduce you to the man who was chosen to design a chal is for the pope. >> reporter: live in san carlos, a former 49er is saying good-bye to fans and also raising money for a charity very close to his heart. that story coming up. >> so far a sunny start to st. patrick's day weekend. we're still seeing temperatures outside right now in the 70s around the north bay, a little breezy out there but you can see the clear skies right now. look to west, more clouds filling in and changes ahead. we've got rain back in the 7-day forecast. will it arrive for the end of the weekend? w
republicans. when you have speaker boehner, and paul ryan, saying, there is not an immediate debt crisis. what do you make of that? >> well, you know, i don't know, i think there is. i think it is a -- >> what is in it f them to say there isn't? >> you know, i can't get into their brain, i do not know what that is about. i do know $16.7 trillion debt, growing at the rate of the deficit every year, is a big problem. >> so they see, they say -- i want to stress it is a big problem, but not an immediate crisis, di does that take the urgency off of addressing it? >> no, it does not, what business, what investment and capital is looking for is they are looking for tre deccability -- predictabilitiy and stannability, which they see the movement going on in the debt itself, that offers neither. >> when you and the governors met with the president, a weeks ago, and you talk, i think you were knee deep in the whole sequestration debate. and president's warning that disaster is coming. >> that was the story. neil: and i thought to myself, governor, i mean, holy cow. however onurus the cuts would be, the
. in an interview with abc news, the president slammed paul ryan's insistence on deep, drastic spending cuts saying we don't have an immediate crisis in terms of debt. in fact for the next ten years, it's going to be in a sustainable place. the question is, can we do it smarter, can we do it better? if the only goal of a budget was to make it as small as possible, congressman paul ryan would be your man. his budget reduces the deficit by an additional $2.75 trillion compared to senator patty murray's plan. but the race to a budget is not the goal of a budget. foumtly a budget is a reflection of your core values, and which investments you believe are necessary. to those who say government should treat its budgets the way households do, it's important to point out that a family's budget works the same way. parents don't pull their kids out of school or deliberately starve themselves or stop going to the doctor for the singular doing mattic purpose of spending as little as possible. and taking out kretic is both part of american culture and key to growing the economy. for instance, 71% of americans ta
. congressman paul ryan taking in that budget cuts, as well. republicans put forth their own spending blueprint. response.e republican >> president obama and senate democrats say they want a balanced approach to our fiscal issues but their budget is ever balance, ever. taxesd they want to raise to fuel more spending. we know where this path leads, straight into a debt crisis. what does look like? first lenders will demand a higher interest rate. higher interest rates across the country will skyrocket on credit cards, mortgages, car loans. if interest rates rise debt payments will overwhelm all other items in the budget. the debt will overwhelm our economy. our finances will collapse. the safety net will unravel. the most honorable will suffer. you think this cannot happen here? just look at europe. we do not accept that future, not for our children and country. today we invite president obama to do with president clinton did, to work with republicans in congress to balance the budget. he can join in the efforts or he can choose the status quo. but he must choose. the american people deserve an
: the house budget committee chairman paul ryan says he thinks president's trip to capitol hill to meet with republicans is a good start but he thinks the bipartisan spirit needs to last through summer at least if any problems are going solved. >> gregg: a lot has been said about the approaching $17 trillion in debt. how much of that debt factoring into the negotiations if f at all? >> reporter: a little bit. we got one text from dick durbin what the president meant when he said there is no immediate debt prices. >> we need to put americans back to work. that is our first priority. deficit reduction is second priority and one is coupled with economic growth. so i think we can do both. make sure we have deficit reduction but don't cut too much too fast. >> reporter: the speaker boehner says known the national debt will reach crisis level but because of that uncertainty action should be taken now before it is too late. >> gregg: the president said it was $9 trillion as the crisis and now he says it is not even though it's approaching $17 trillion. >> heather: new reaction to a guilty verd
with 23%, and single digits support went to rick santorum, chris christie, paul ryan, scott walker, ben cars on, ted cruz, bobby jindal and sarah palin. joining us now, nbc analyst and mccain senior adviser, steve schmidt, analyst and obama re-election campaign adviser robert gibbs and huffington post editorial director howard fineman. robert gibbs, this is your debut performance on the last word. we have a motto that's very republican. it is not what you say but how you say it. keep that in mind. >> i have to say that lead in provides an exceedingly low bar for which i can roll right over. you know, chairman priebus may have cued it perfectly. >> months later, he figured it out. >> might have spent less paper figuring out the two or three things they did right in 2012 rather than all of what they did wrong. i think they have a herculian task on their shoulders because it isn't about how you say it. obviously spending $10 million to do outreach with the same message will result in the same outcome. they have a huge problem in what they say, not in how they say it. and i think the bigges
to learn from his mistakes. also, romney's former running mate paul ryan talks about where america could be heading and it's just short of an economic apocalypse. low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your doctor if they occur. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. do not use if you have prostate or breast cancer. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; worsening prostate symptoms; decreased sperm count; ankle, feet, or body swelling; enlarged or painful breasts; problems breathing while sleeping; and blood clots in the legs. common side effects include skin redness o
guess that theory of evolution was echoed by paul ryan today. i want to play sound regarding once again the fiscal ideas that he touted in 2012, rearing their heads in 2013. let's take a listen. >> a balanced budget is a reasonable goal because it returns government to its proper limits and focus. when government overreaches, it doesn't just hurt our paychecks, it hurts our quality of life. we need to make room for community, for that vast middle ground between the government and the individual. >> you know, governor, the part of me that sticks out there is use of the word "community." i think that's been a priority that's lost specifically in the ryan budget insofar as it sort of tears asunder the social fabric. what do you think about him couching this in softer terms. >> i hate to say it, he has become an empty suit. this budget is a joke. for example, he says he would get rid of obama care, he would get rid of the benefits but kept the tax benefits to balance the budget, which isn't balanced. gives tax cuts to people that make a million dollars a year, cuts medicaid benefits, privat
year. >> but jay, paul ryan, at their lunch, paul ryan's lunch was their first conversation other than the brief meeting at the house republican caucus. so it was the first time that he had actually sat down as republican budget chair with the president. united states to talk about policy and the way forward. >> first of all, again andrea, i could bore your viewers to death with the list of meetings the president has had with congressional republicans, it goes on and on and the hours he spent with the speaker of the house and congressional leaders in 2001. i think rivalled engagement at that level of any recent president in, with their opposition counterparts. there's no, there's no comparison. what we do have is a change in circumstances. because as you know, we've been governing from crisis to crisis with manufactured deadlines now, repeatedly whether it was the debt ceiling negotiations or the super committee. or the fiscal cliff or the sequester deadline. now because republicans chose to embrace the sequester, let it take place, let it be implemented with all its negative impacts,
. and the other problem with patty murray's budge the, it never gets to balance. and paul ryan's budge net ten years, a fundamental difference with the kind of debt we as a nation continue to have. i was traveling around wyoming. we go to schools and students know we continue to borrow a lot of money every day just to stay ahead and a lot of the we're borrowing from china. >> paul ryan's budget balances in ten years because of the big chunk in the middle is killing obama care, which people have said i think recentasonably is going to happen. sure, it balances, but it's not going to happen. >> paul ryan's budget balances and spending increases every year under paul ryan's budget, it just doesn't increase as fast as the democrat's budget. the federal reserve came out with a report that talks about the impact of the health care law on the economy and on jobs. and it is hurting jobs. this is the federal reserve in their monthly report. talking about the bad impact of the health care law, because of the consequences within the law so businesses, due to the uncertainty, aren't hiring. when they do h
-day conference taking place in maryland. other speakers include donald trump, paul ryan, wayne lapierre and bobby jindal. also today the u.s. chamber of commerce is hosting a fair for military members. and a happy 80th birthday to u.s. supreme court justice rut bader ginsburg. here's a look at what's coming up later on "today." in an exclusive, ann curry speaks with one wall street's former top female executives about her sacrifices and regrets. and can napping at work really make you more productive? one office is putting snooze rooms to the test. now, keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm richard lui along with dylan dreyer who you can catch on the "today" show this weekend. thanks for watching "early today." have a great weekend. . . >>> i put them anywhere i could find. anyone that wants to hear what's going on in our neighborhood >>> neighbors taking action after a san jose teacher is arrested for possessing child pornography. the new twist in the story. >>> new developments in the death of a san jose biker, what police are saying happened in the mo
the light on a lot of other issues. 866-55-press, 866-557-7377, and by the way paul ryan is the worst of all, and john boehner goes along with that as do most republicans. welcome rob portman to the fold. tell me what you think, 866-55-press. >> announcer: this is the "full court press," the "bill press show," live on your radio and on current tv. ♪ [ male announcer ] ah... retirement. sit back, relax, pull out the paper and what? another article that says investors could lose tens of thousands of dollars in hidden fees on their 401(k)s?! that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politicall
priority. but that might be so last week. here is congressman paul ryan on "face the nation" this sunday. >> we do not have a debt crisis right now, but we see it coming. we know it's irrefutably happening. if we follow the president's lead or if we pass the senate budget then we will have a debt crisis then everybody gets hurts. you know who gets hurt first the poor and the elderly. that's what we're trying to prevent from happening. >> john: preventing a debt crisis to help the poor and elderly. that sounds like a really good idea. could speaker of the house john boehner agree with congressman ryan on this? >> we do not have an immediate debt crisis, but we all know that we have one looming. it could be a year, two years three years four years. it's not an immediate problem. >> john: how about canceling the sequester mr. speaker. while the national debt may not be an immediate problem survival in or out of the middle class is a large and growing problem for millions of americans hit by this recession, and facing what could be a second blow from the sequester. emmy award winning filmmak
, not shifting the costs as paul ryan is suggesting. he left pretty confident with the solid commitment to the middle class that he expressed in his campaign, and the solid commitment to revenue as part of the budget deal. he gave us confidence, i would say. even though some of these things are going to be raised by the republicans we have to evaluate them if over all it's a solid deal for the middle class. we're not going to chase a bad deal. >> john: that's great to hear. of course the president has been vocal about a possible willingness to support a reform. but you congressman welsh you have a proposal that will save $156 billion over the next ten years. >> right now medicare has great benefit and drug benefit program part d. we pay retail prices even though we buy wholesale. if we purchased drugs like we do in the v.a. or medicare, we would save taxpayers $156 billion a year. right now in medicare if we buy a certain drug, and buy that same drug in the medicaid or v.a. program, we would pay 60% less. so we're buying wholesale and paying retail. and obviously that makes no sense. it
a rerun of "the golden girls." we got rand paul. we got marco rubio. we got paul ryan. and the other guys, they got hillary and joe biden. >> yikes. that's senate minority leader mitch mcconnell yesterday poking fun at the democrats, leading contender for 2016. the come, as you might imagine, ruffled feathers, even in his own statement kentucky's democratic party chairman wants mcconn toll apologize. an into the political playground we go. talk about turning an awkward tv moment into a moneymaker, senator marco rubio's political action committee is selling water bottles with his name on them at cpac this weekend. as you can see, they are charging $25 a bottle. if you remember, rubio made that memorable lung for his water bottle in his middle of the state of union rebuttal last month. >>> and it sounds like a reality show but actually the white house kicking off a new audio series called "beinged ed "beie a listen. >> a couple guys in their hunting shirts i'm serving a meal to, along with folks you see in the background. >> the white house says the idea is for people to know the story beh
, was next and former vice-presidential candidate paul ryan followed at 6%. as you saw, the two at the top of the poll were tea party favorites. the other highlight had a rocky road just to get to washington. starting with a rough-and-tumble primary battle in texas. i sat down with ted cruz and asked if he was surprised he is taking heat from the left and from within his own party. >> my focus is on addressing the challenges in our country. i think most americans are not really worried about political squabbles in washington. they are frustrated and they are frustrated because it seeps an awful lot of democrats and a fair number of republicans are not standing up and doing the right thing. my focus is to come to work and do my job. and in particular, stand for the constitution. our constitutional liberties are really being undermined right now and champion growth. our economy is stagnant and a lot of people are hurting. and that's where my focus remains, every day. >> shannon: you mentioned that republicans and democrats, you question whether or not they have read the constitution recently
chairman paul ryan, well said. let me repeat this. house budget chairman, paul ryan, well said. >> this, to us, is something we're not going to give up on because we're not going to give up on destroying the health care system for the american people. >>> back to "hardball." if you had to rattle off a quick summary of the job of the supreme court, you'd go with it determines whether laws are constitutional, right? we turn to oklahoma republican congressman, jim bridenstein. he's not convinced thanks to a certain health care rule. >> the supreme court rules on something doesn't necessarily mean that that's constitutional. what that means is that that's what they decided on that particular day given the makeup of the court on that particular day. and the left in this country has done an extraordinary job of stacking the courts in their favor. i hear this all the time from republicans. you know, they say that the court is the arbitrator, and after the arbitration is done, that's the rules that we have to live under then we can go forth and make legislation given those rules. that's not the
be stepping away from the stage, but his running mate wisconsin congressman paul ryan is back in the thick of fiscal fights on capitol hill. today, he addressed the deficit. >> by living beyond our means, government is sending us a message. it is saying, if you plan ahead, if you make sacrifices for your kids, if you save, you're a sucker. it is brazenly stealing from our children and our young adults and it has to stop. >> reporter: amid the stickers, tchotchkes and people in costume, the conference also showcased other rising republican stars, calling for a fresh approach. kentucky senator rand paul is a tea party favorite mulling a 2016 presidential bid. fresh from an attention-getting filibuster, he warned conservatives must stand on principle if they are to win nationally. >> the g.o.p. of old has grown stale and moss-covered. i don't think we need to name any names here, do we? our party is encumbered by an inconsistent approach to freedom. the new g.o.p., the g.o.p. that will win again, will need to embrace liberty in both the economic and personal sphere. >> reporter: florida senat
ryan, the vice-presidential running mate, rand paul, marco rubio and a host of others and in addition to the newcomers who were eyeing the white house for 2016, folks like mitt romney and sarah palin who have run in the past who aren't necessarily planning on any kinds of runs, in the case of romney said they won't, but definitely want to share lessons learned with those who might as the conservative in cpac learn how to hold on to principles and in the last election haven't been looking at the g.o.p. >> harris: the answer to my question, is it too early? no, never too early. >> reporter: no, they're in the planning. >> harris: and what i got to say tonight, campaign carl, you tell mark lee, and tim scott spoke at cpac and they will go on the record with greta van susteren tonight at 10 p.m. eastern right here on the fox news channel. well, senator john mccain is looking back at the day he and more than 100 servicemen went free from a prisoner of war camp. he talks with fox news about that very moment. stay with us. ♪ just one bite opens a world of delight... ♪ ♪ a flavor parad
's re-election. mitt romney and paul ryan will address the crowd tomorrow. who were the big speakers today? marco rubio and rand paul fresh off the filibuster fame. >> there has to be a home and movement in america for people who believe in limited government. constitutional principles. and free enterprise system. that should be us. >> i was told i got ten measly minutes. [ laughter ] just in case, i brought 13 hours' worth of information. >> the filibuster was about drones, but also about much more. do we have a bill of rights? do we have a constitution? will we defend it? >> andrea: notably not invited this year, new jersey governor chris christie and virginia governor bob mcdonald. both possible contenders in 2016. greg, cpac -- first you thought i was talking about zpac. you got excited i may be trying to make you better in the segment. we're not. cpac has been in the headlines in the past couple of weeks for keeping people out. christie, mcdonald, and others they have had negative headlines. do you think this is a smart approach? >> andrea: it angered in when i found out there w
with the system hike this. the president has the power to do that, and the capitol. >> paul ryan says that after the meeting that the president did himself some good. we don't know what got said that did him some good here, but i suspect what is hopefully going to happen -- i mean from both side is we'll get some of the revenue, increased revenue in shutting down loopholes and corporate tax breaks that the president and democrats in the senate want, and i think as a compromise you're going to see some changes in those programs, whether democrats on the left like it or not or republicans on the right that don't want any taxes like it or not, there is going to have to be a compromise here to get to that 4 trillion. that's what this charm offensive and all these meetings is really about, jon. jon: joe trippi we will continue to watch it as the charm offensive and the negotiating goes on. thank you for your insight. >> thanks, jon. jenna: just a month after a power failure stranded that cruise liner at sea some new troubles today aboard another carnival ship. what passengers are telling us, we are l
, their leaders are blasting the proposal that house republicans put forward on the budget, and author paul ryan. >> this budget was roundly defeated last november. i can imagine why they don't get a new dance step here. so until they get off this ryan republican march madness, all this magic he tried to do, we can't work together. if we're going to pass a budget. >> the house speaker, john boehner, the other key leader here on capitol hill, put a marker down saying, no more tax hikes, and no more gimics. >> but republicans reading the details of the democrats' budget say, this is not serious. >> that's correct. they are upset by the fact that the democratic budget plan would increase spending. does not address entitlements which are growing bigger every day and real drivers of the debt, and perhaps mostfor them a proposed massive tax increase. >> i'm quite shocked. we had heard it advertised by the authors that this was a trillion dollar tax increase. in fact it's a one-1/2 trillion dollar tax increase. >> on the way from hit meeseing with senate republicans, the house democrats, president obam
. today among the speakers at cpac, mitt romney and paul ryan spoke on the second day. "special report" starts at 6:00 eastern. now back to fork and my colleagues with "the five." >> eric: welcome back. greg thinks social media emasculating member. i think libs are turning us in a nation of wussies. bob thinks real men wear suspenders and smoke cigars. we're probably all right, but nothing compares to this. bastion of brutality, the main event is conditioning banning running backs leading to a tackle with their heads. that is the time of end of times. cowboy emmitt smith agrees. listen. >> eric: n.f.l. should consider implementing this rule. what do you think? >> bob: the way they propose it, you can keep your head down in the tackle box from where you set up on the offense and defense in that area. if you have someone big coming at you? what are you going to do, put your chest out? >> kimberly: your heart. >> greg: lead with your feelings. >> bob: there are things they can do to deal with the concussions but this is credit. >> eric: if you can't lead with your head, lead with your sho
who is not here came in next. congressman paul ryan rounded out the top five right there. we have the results of the t straw poll. the question is will it matter in 2016? probably not. but it is bragging rights now for senator rand paul. >> i'm looking at an e-mail. marco rubio, 25%. let's see. santorum with 8%. chris christie, 7%. paul, 6%. then 23% -- we have two rubios. anyway. here's a question. chris christie is not even there and got 7%. what's the deal with chris christie? how do they feel about him there? >> clearly a lot of people think chris christie has done a good job. he's a republican governor in a blue state. he came under a lot of criticism for embracing president obama after super storm sandy came in and wiped out the shoreline of new jersey. he did it right before the election. he drew the ire of a lot of republicans but the fact of the patter was he wasn't -- matter was he wasn't invited here. the union said chris credhristc politics didn't fit the conference but 7% of attendees think chris christie should be the nominee in 2016. 3,000 people were on the ballot
to the business of the day. you sit on the house budget committee, and you're chairman. paul ryan came out this week with the day before the president met with the republican caucus with his budget for 2014 which looks a lot like the budget for 2013 which looked a lot like the budget for 2012. >> except for -- >> bill: it's worse? >> it's worse. it's more cynical than the prior budgets because what it did was, they spent all last year campaigning against the affordable care act. and about slashing money out of medicare. >> that's been actually their mantra for two elections now. well, in the budget, he repeals the law, affordable care all of the provisions of the law, keeps the $700,000,000,000 worth of save savings, keeps the trillion dollars worth of taxes under affordable care act. >> that's what makes this budget come close to balancing in 10 years. so all of the things he campaigned against, he put in his budget. >> uh-huh. >> then said we are going to take the money out of medicare and we are going to tax you but we are not going to give you the benefit
presenting this late on a rope-a-dope effort after we passed the budget that paul ryan is leading us on? it's all of those sorts of things and here this was a big attempt to try and bring people together. i thought, look, our members respect the presidency and we're respectful of him in that opportunity, but he didn't follow through on these core things. >> how did he act to langford who asked him whether he's just campaigning and that his only goal to defeat the republicans in the the house? >> he didn't cancel his event tonight going to organizing for america and also got a -- you know, if you're trying to build confidence don't go and say, my first job on election night is to call nancy pelosi and make a commitment that i'm going to thin the herd of the very people that i'm coming over here. >> how did he answer it when he was asked. did he say, no, i'm not campaigning. i'm out there speaking to the people. >> he said the organization for america is now a policy driven effort and i'm going to campaign for democrats in the future and dismissive of reaching out to the democratic congressio
was in a different position. you got to have a wisconsin mini primary, apparently, with paul ryan. walker notably would not pledge to serve a full second term. one more thing. all the 2016 speculation was not on the republican side this weekend. former white house adviser david plouffe weighed in on the presidential election at the 92nd street y. >> i'm not going to speak to what secretary of state clinton will or will not do. she is in both parties now. by far i think the most interesting candidate. probably the strongest candidate. >> there you go. his fellow delawarean probably doesn't like to hear that. but he probably knows that that's true. >>> finally, the inability to jump start the middle east peace process has been one of the president's bigger failures on foreign policy of the first term in office. though it's a failure that he didn't necessarily have a lot of control over. at the beginning of his first term, the president declared with great fanfare he wouldn't follow the lead of his predecessors presidents clinton and bush and wait until a second term to push for middle east peace. >
. >> and the hangover of the paul ryan budget. that would disproportionately -- >> and also obama care which is amazingly popular. incredibly popular among african-americans, latinos and asian americans and the republicans want to repeal it, still. >> and eugene is right. it goes back to the central problem in the autopsy. and that is, this is, they're approaching this as a marketing problem. and that somehow if we change the color of the cereal box, that inside the cereal will taste much better and sell better. this isn't about hiring more walmart greeters, right? this is about having them come into communities with a different message. that's what's going to be fundamentally hard. look, i -- took part in a really long, tough primary in 2007 and 2008 with hillary clinton. it went the distance. but it wasn't a divisive ideological prime. it was about who was going to be the salesman against never before african-american candidate and a never before female candidate at that level. and these guys are having a very, very different, as you can see from those clips, this is fundamentally and ideo
the paul ryan thing with the big asterisk and say -- >> what do you think? >> that's exactly the way you have to approach this. we do need -- first off, this issue is about 5, 10, 15 years from now, stablelizing the debt at less than 15% gdp and the essence getting entitlements under control in the out years. as part of that, you have to have tax reform and significant tax reform. and actually, simpson/bowles, a commission i served on, laid out a way to do it, got the tax rates down on the personal side to 9, 15 and 23% and the corporate to 26%. and you need to bring the corporate rate down to 24, 25, 26% and need to go to a territorial system. but you can't do that independent of the individual system, because if you have a huge gap between the top individual rate, say today it's at 42.5%, and if you took the corporate 25%, everybody started -- >> because then you have small business. small business got screwed at the expense of big businesses in the last tax bill. so you're right. so i -- look, i say, you're going to have big problems if you try to have a big personal and corporate tog
are competing with paul ryan or rand paul or marco rubio on the main stage. it happens and we are doing a great job with it host: on twitter they said, unless about-face on an birth control, abortion, immigration and a marriage, they are done. do you agree? have athe republicans majority in the state levees -- legislative chambers in the country. the republicans did not run a good presidential race. what i do find true in the statement he made is that it is not about issues. it is about performance. ofublicans have lost five the last six presidential elections because we have not adjusted to be changing demographics of our country. it is not a matter of changing who we are or what we stand for. it is a matter of reaching out to all americans, what ronald reagan used to do. the asiannot going to american community, the african- american community -- i am proud to be the first hispanic american charity american conservative union has ever had. is first rule of engagement to engage. i do not think we have done that well. the reason why we are losing ground with the growing demographics of america
budget defection in the house paul ryan's budget will be on the floor this week and senate democrats introduced their budget last week, and both des are saying none of their talk with are we'll arl and the associated press expected to as , and efore the hispanic would like to talk about the gang of eight is working on. this comes as the republican national committee yesterday outlines their report for republicans going forward, things the party needs to work on and one of them is embracing comprehensive immigration reform as part of an effort to reach out to minority voters. chris, republican caller. hi, what are your thoughts on saving for retirement? go ahead. caller: good morning from across the river, i was a federal committee and until recently when it was cut in 2010 and i'm on furlough and don't expect to be brought back because of the economy, so i just sought other work and tied to put money away for retirement and find myself working for home depot and they do have a 401-k plan and it's quite good, so i found myself investing in that. but the problem is i don't see a futu
chris christie. paul ryan got 6% and scott walker got 5% of the vote. ted cruz, bobby of louisiana and former alaska governor sarah palin also received votes. next, president obama speaks to the group called organizing for action. then a conversation with bob edgar of common cause. then the weekly addresses with president obama and congressman paul ryan. >> what the public isn't paying as much attention as i am and you are and those of us who are part of this political party. there is a political community. it is about -- probably about 10 million people. it is the people who watch c-span, they watch "meet the ess," they watch fox news, cnn. they care about politics a lot. but, you know, we had 130 million voters. most people just get a lot of what goes on in politics is background noise. the background noise comes pretty much from the mainstream media. people form an opinion of romney -- bama and so on, it has fox news doesn't reach most of those people. fox gets great ratings and they have a loyal audience. o'riley"he shows "bill show is the most popular show. it gets two to thr
of the party, senator marco rubio and paul ryan will speak just 11 minutes. the question, is c-pac giving the wrong people the biggest platform? pete? >> yes, i bet you anything my friend will cain will totally agree with me. on much of this, the idea that this organization and other conservative commentators i thought are more out for themselves, making money for themselves than the conservative movement this is antithetical of what the conservative movement needs to move. why not bring strom thurmond back from the dead? donald trump and sarah palin are done. put the fork in them. the future is marco rubio and the day groups and they are not inviting them. >> they haven't this year. will. >> that depends on c-pac wants to be if they want to guide future direction of republican party, the answer quite obviously no. donald trump has a bigger role than chris christie is absurd. but if you want to sell tickets, you have probably done are right things. and some who realize those two things aren't necessarily mutually exclusive. and ran paul proved that. stand on principles, be smart, get peop
problem. >> so you agree with the president on that. >> yes. >> republican budget author congressman paul ryan was less generous however in his take. >> to borrow a phrase from my friender skin bowls, we are the healthiest horse in the glue factory. we know it's not happening now, but lit happen. >>> this week president obama will embark for the middle east making his first trip to israel since taking office four plus years ago. with me is peter alexander. the president is on the ground for how long over the next few days? >> reporter: he doesn't leave here until late tuesday and will be on the ground in israel for barely four hours. he's not bringing with him any senior advisors and a new peace plan in terms of a two-state solution between the palestinians and the israelis. this makes this trip more about optics than it is approximately ticks. president obama only the fifth u.s. president to go to the state of israel. among the first things he will do after he gets off a air force one, they will roll out one of those iron dome missile defense systems, heavily furnded by the u.s. in helpi
the here and now. paul ryan just released his budget. do you support it? >> i do support paul ryan's budget. it is a comprehensive plan to address the growing unfunded liabilities of the entitlement programs at the federal level. so that we can save the safety net for those who need it. and that we can bring the budget into balance and grow the economy. that's the essence of what the plan is about. >> mr. leader, in order to achieve that balance, to balance the budget, it also assumes that $600 billion in tax increases that you opposed in january. >> well, i mean, unfortunately, we have, in fact, after the last election, a situation where the status quo of the president there, the democratic controlled senate and the republican house, that those tax increases were something that the president supported. but i can tell you, if you look at the alternative vision coming out of the senate, there really is a two separate visions of the way this country ought to go. on the one hand, we have the house budget that is -- promotes a balance within ten years, that can grow our economy. and that you ca
, paul ryan is talking about 6.1 trillion of deficit reduction the next ten years and almost all of from the spending side. party murray on the budget side of the democrats is talking $2.3 trillion of deficit reduction and half come from taxes and the balance come from spending, 975 billion from spending. a vast difference in size and significant difference in priorities. if you try to break down those priorities and look at some different categories of spending, you can see that in the discretionary side, this is the stuff that the sequester effects. ryan wants to cut 1.2 trillion which is 3 billion more than the sqester. party murray wants to cut 600 billion less than the sequester so the democrats the to store 600 billion of the sequester money. the democrats want 100 billion for jobs -- >> can i interrupt you there? par patty murray knows they will restore a dime -- >> i am trying to highlight major differences between the two sides. >> explaining to people at home, that's a good negotiating start if i were patty murray and a democrat, that's exactly where i would start knowing we ar
. we've got paul ryan and a slew of smart, young, and energetic governors ready to take america into the future. [applause] and, the other guys? they got hillary and joe biden. [laughter] so don't tell me, folks, don't tell me, we are the party of compassion. we are the party of immigrants. we are the party of hard-work being taxpayers. we are the party of mobility, opportunity, growth, life, liberty, optimism, and inthey vision. [applause] -- innovation. and look, it is time we started acting like it. and once we do we'll have our comeback. [applause] now i know that some on the right have argued in recent months that the republican party is stuck on austerity. that all we do is talk about cuts. that we don't talk enough about the middle class. well like them i believe that those who stand to benefit most from the restraint of government are the poor and the middle class. but i also know that the only people who set policy are those who win elections. we're not going to do it by dropping a policy paper in everybody's mailbox. there is plenty of openness to new ideas, i assure y
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